London and New York: Ernest Nister (E. P. Dutton), n.d. [c.1906].
Publisher's registration number 138 on title page and front board. Quarto. 13 leaves on heavy card stock, brightly illustrated in color surrounding the text on every page. In publisher's color-printed red glazed boards with cloth spine. Some wear with some internal edge fading, lower corner bumped, although quite bright and sound. Item #21176
A very charming children's book wherein kitchen utensils come to life.
Cotsen no, 2631 cites another title "Tin Tans at Play".
"The Tin Tans are a funny folk,
They eat and sing and dance and talk;
They live in kitchens and in rooms,
Are made to saucers, cups and spoons....
As soon as you enter the kitchen and rooms
They dissolve into common saucers and spoons." (The introduction)).